Westport Light State Park

Westport Light State Park

Westport Light State Park is about 200 acre park with more than 3000 ft of shoreline on the Pacific Ocean. A concrete boardwalk traverses the primary dune, connecting this park with Westhaven State Park, 1.3 miles away. Westport Light State Park is located where Ocean Avenue dead ends into the ocean, in Westport, Washington.

The Light House is 107 feet tall which makes it the tallest on the west coast of the United States.

Rolling dunes covered with beach grass and shore pine make a great backdrop for a nice walk on the beach. Winter time beach combing is best after a big storm when new items get deposited on the beach. Fall and Spring bring great clamming! The large amount of mountain bike friendly trails are part of what makes this park a must see when visiting Westport, WA.

The park is named for the historic Westport Lighthouse (also called Grays Harbor Lighthouse) built in 1898 and adjacent to the park on Coast Guard property. The lighthouse was built as a navigational aide for Point Chehalis at the south entrance to Grays harbor.

The park has no camping.